David Hinshaw

Seeing The Unseen: The History of Using Clear-Depth Gazing for After-Death Communications

This special edition DVD of Seeing the Unseen includes two bonus features: How to Build a Psychomanteum and A Look at Scrying Through History.

In Western cultures, death often means the loss of a loved one–never to speak to them again. But what if death just requires a different form of communication? For thousands of years, people all over the world have communicated with the dead using various forms of scrying, also known as clear-depth gazing. Intellectuals like John Dee, Nostradamus, Plato, and even entire civilizations such as the Aztecs, Greeks, Egyptians, Persians, and many others, used clear-depth gazing with reflective cups, pools of water, cauldrons, and mirrors so that the bereaved could continue their connection with the dead. Clear-depth gazing has been, and continues to be, a way of seeing visions of things past and moments in the future. Used by cultures primitive and advanced, scrying is seeing a resurgence in practice to “see the unseen.”

Enter award-winning author Dr. Raymond Moody, the leading authority on the near-death experience. After traveling to the Greek psychomanteum known as the Oracle of the Dead in Ephyra, Greece, he built his own psychomanteum to continue studying the effects of using this technique to experience contact with departed loved ones. What he discovered will forever change how we process death.